مهازل العدل وحكمة الزعماء العرب ..!!!!

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  1. TANGER

    TANGER قلم ماسي

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    وجهت جمعية الدفاع عن الصحفيين الدولية التي تتخذ من نيويورك مقرا لها الرسالة التالية الى الملك عبدالله بعد الحكم على توجان فيصل بالسجن سنة ونصف بسبب مقال نشرته في عرب تايمز في صورة رسالة مفتوحة الى الملك عبدالله اخبرته فيها ان رئيس وزرائه الفاضل استغل غياب مجلس النواب فضاعف اسعار التأمين الالزامي على السيارات لتنفيع شركاته ... وتبين خلال المحاكمة ان ما ذكرته توجان صحيح وان رئيس الوزراء سجل حصته في شركة اليرموك للتأمين باسم ابنته ايمان قبل ان يصدر قراره الفضيحة ... بل وتبين ان شركة اليرموك اعفيت من تسديد ما يستحق عليها بعد انهيار سد لشركة الفوسفات كلف شركة الفوسفات خسائر تصل الى عشرين مليون دينار ... والمخجل ان توجان اعتقلت واهينت وعذبت وعرضت على محكمة عسكرية وكأنها قامت بانقلاب عسكري او هجوم ارهابي ... والاعجب انها حكمت بالسجن سنة لانها تطاولت على الملك عبدالله في رسالتها ... وحكمت فقط ثلاثة اشهر لانها تطاولت على القران الكريم وفقا لما ورد في نص الحكم المخجل الذي اصدره قاض حمار كان مساعدا للقاضي النصاب الذي سبق واصدر حكما مماثلا على ليث شبيلات بعد ان قام القاضي والمدعي العام بعملية تزوير مخجلة .
    فيما يلي نص الرسالة الموجهة للملك عبدالله .



    Committee to Protect Journalists
    330 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10001 USA Phone: (212) 465-1004 Fax:
    (212) 465-9568 Web: www.cpj.org E-Mail: info@cpj.org

    May 17, 2002
    His Majesty King Abdullah bin Hussein
    Office of His Majesty the King
    Royal Palace
    Amman, Jordan
    Via facsimile: 962-6-463-4755
    Your Majesty:

    The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) is writing to protest the
    18-month prison sentence handed down yesterday against Toujan al-Faisal, a
    writer and former member of Jordan's Parliament.

    A State Security Court in Amman convicted al-Faisal of publishing "false
    information abroad," "harming the dignity of the state and undermining the
    reputation of the state and its individuals," and "incitement to unrest," a
    source at the hearing told CPJ.

    The case against al-Faisal came after she penned an open letter to Your
    Majesty in the Houston-based online publication Arab Times in March accusing
    Prime Minister Ali Aboul Ragheb of corruption.

    In the letter, al-Faisal alleged that the prime minister owns several
    insurance firms and stood to gain financially from a new mandatory increase
    in insurance premiums for automobiles.

    She had also recently criticized the Jordanian government on a number of
    satellite television stations, including the Qatar-based satellite channel
    Al-Jazeera.

    Zayd al-Radaydeh, one of al-Faisal's lawyers, told CPJ that her entire
    defense team refused to appear in court during last week's final two
    sessions to protest what they saw as unfair proceedings.

    Al-Radaydeh said that the team was prevented from mounting a proper defense
    when the judges refused their requests to call Prime Minister Aboul Ragheb
    as a witness.

    Although Security Court decisions are considered final, al-Faisal's lawyers
    told CPJ that they plan to submit an appeal to the Court of Cassation to
    challenge the constitutionality of the laws under which al-Faisal was
    charged.

    Al-Faisal has been in detention since March 16.

    Your Majesty has repeatedly stated that "the sky is the limit" for freedom
    of expression and the press in Jordan. Yet in October 2001, the government
    adopted harsh new Penal Code amendments to stifle the press.

    Since then, a number of journalists have been arrested in connection with
    their writing, and reporters and newspapers have been censored.

    The use of criminal statutes to prosecute journalists for what they write
    violates the right to free expression guaranteed under international law. We
    remind Your Majesty that Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human
    Rights guarantees the right to "seek, receive and impart information and
    ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers."

    As a nonpartisan organization of journalists dedicated to defending press
    freedom worldwide, CPJ calls on Your Majesty to do everything within your
    power to ensure that Toujan al-Faisal is freed immediately.

    Thank you for your attention to these important matters. We look forward to
    a reply.

    Sincerely,

    <<...OLE_Obj...>>
    Ann Cooper
    Executive Director

    CC:
    American Society of Newspaper Editors
    Amnesty International
    Article 19 (United Kingdom)
    Artikel 19 (The Netherlands)
    Canadian Journalists for Free Expression
    Freedom Forum
    Freedom House
    Human Rights Watch
    Index on Censorship
    International Center for Journalists
    International Federation of Journalists
    International PEN
    International Press Institute
    Lorne W. Craner, United States Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human
    Rights, and Labor
    The Newspaper Guild
    The North American Broadcasters Association
    Overseas Press Club
    Reporters Sans Frontières
    Mary Robinson, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
    The Society of Professional Journalists
    World Association of Newspapers
    World Press Freedom Committee

    *************************
    Hani Sabra
    Researcher
    Middle East and North Africa

    Committee to Protect Journalists
    330 Seventh Avenue
    12th Floor
    New York, NY 10001

    Tel: (212) 465-1004, x-104
    Fax: (212) 465-9568
    Web: www.cpj.org
     
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